The reported stars of I'm A Celebrity … Get me out of here! 2020 arrived one after the other at a studio in west London over the weekend.
Photos show some of the famous faces reportedly traveling to Wales to take part in this year's adapted series that appears in face masks and goes into the building.
It is believed that they had their promotional recordings done before going through the two-week isolation period to attend the COVID-safe version of the reality show at Gwyrch Castle.
People like Vernon Kay, Beverley Callard, and Victoria Derbyshire arrived and were brought inside for filming.
In the snaps, all of the celebs were seen getting out of darkened vehicles while putting on face masks that partially obscured their identities.
The stars kept things relaxed for what appeared to be the photoshoot, during which they reportedly tried their camp uniforms on and arrived in comfortable clothes like sweaters and hoodies.
53-year-old tenor Russell Watson, best known for playing football and rugby in the late 90s, and Paralympian Hollie Arnold, 26, also took cabs to the venue.
MailOnline has contacted ITV and representatives from Russell Watson, Hollie Arnold and Victoria Derbyshire for comments.
New Home: This year's series will take place at Gwyrch Castle in Wales after the coronavirus pandemic made it impossible to stage the popular show in Australia
Ready for action? The actress cut a casual figure in a star print sweater and dark bottoms, while the broadcaster looked just as reserved in a khaki green sweater and joggers with animal motifs
A tight schedule: the media personality made sure she got inside the building quickly while battling the chilly weather in flip flops
BBC journalist Victoria 52 is said to be "really excited" to join the line-up, which is said to include stars like Vernon and former Strictly star AJ Pritchard.
A source speaking to The Sun claimed, “Victoria is always a game for a challenge. When she was approached for I & # 39; m A Celebrity, she took the chance.
“It's always something she wanted to do, but because of her family, she never wanted to go to Australia and be away from them for so long.
"When the show moved to Wales and the opportunity arose, she didn't want to look a gift horse in the mouth so she immediately said yes."
Casual: The opera star wore a hoodie and loose fitting shorts when he walked on the set
Widely recognized: The musician is known for singing at football and rugby games in the late 1990s (pictured in March).
53-year-old screen star Ruthie Henshall, who has appeared on West End shows like Miss Saigon and Chicago and dated Prince Edward in the 1990s, is also slated to join the lineup.
Commenting on her reported stay, a TV insider said, “Ruthie is a particularly exciting signature for I'm A Celebrity as viewers want to see if she shares gossip about her relationship with Prince Edward. They hope that she will reveal some juicy information about her posh ex during cozy, intimate chats around the campfire. «
She has spoken openly about their relationship in the past, telling Desert Island Discs in 2008 that she fell in love with the Royal, but nothing is more important than the stage.
Busy bee: The brunette has been training as usual throughout the coronavirus pandemic and will bring more to her plate with I & # 39; m A Celebrity
Impressive: the athlete is a British parasport who won the gold medal in the javelin F46 at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio (picture 2017).
Ruthie added during the interview, "It always made me laugh, I would say," I'm going to see my boyfriend tonight. "Nobody knew who he was. & # 39;
Other names previously suggested as part of the cast include EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer, 28. While Dancer AJ (25) raised speculation earlier this month that he should appear on the show, claiming he was interested in seeing his brother Curtis.
During an interview with Der Spiegel, AJ was asked if he would like to travel to Wales soon as they asked him about an appearance on I & # 39; m A Celeb.
"We'd love to do 'I'm A Celebrity' together," said AJ, speaking to his brother and professional dancer Curtis.
A source close to AJ confirmed to MailOnline in early October that he will be traveling to Gwrych Castle in Abergele to prepare to star in his first major television project since hanging his dancing shoes.
Ready for a Challenge: Earlier this month, AJ Pritchard responded to speculation that he would appear on the show, claiming he was dying to be there with his brother Curtis
The source said: 'AJ is really excited – he can't wait to get going and get the show started. It has always been his goal to get more TV work after leaving Strictly, and there is no greater challenge than I'm A Celeb.
“He is an early riser, fit and committed – he hopes that by attending the camp, the audience will have the opportunity to get to know him better.
"The only downside is that he won't be attending with Brother Curtis, with whom he's been very happy to work with since his lockdown."
Different Views: The show is sure to be different as the stars swap the Outback for Wales in the upcoming series, which will return in November (Ant and Dec in Oz in 2019).
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